martin rudalics <address@hidden
> schrieb am Fr., 29. Sep. 2017 um 10:35 Uhr:
>> A version of Emacs compiled from git (27.0.50), using GTK 3.22.21
>> (openSUSE Tumbleweed) do not show the selection text.
>> There is a text error in *Message* buffer:
>> Unable to load color "gtk_selection_bg_color"
> Does reverting commit f6818e761eaafe095e07249180dc8f9a329f1473 help?
> (For context, in newer versions of GTK+ the concept of a background color
> is deprecated because backgrounds can be arbitrary pictures.)
Couldn't we just be silent about this then?
Do you mean silencing the compiler warning? I guess so, but I think that would be a bit dangerous: at some point the function might get removed entirely, then we'd have to scramble to find a replacement to keep the code compilable, so I'd rather keep the compiler warning until we find a good solution.